Columns

The sex scandal of 1936

April 19, 2018

R. Marc Kantrowitz Bridgetower Media Newswires A rather ordinary-looking man with a fear of germs, he did possess a great head of hair. As an added bonus, he stood over 6 feet tall. Most alluring, though, was the fact that he was one of America’s foremost ...

A Polish family recipe

April 19, 2018

It’s amazing what you can find out about your spouse, even after many years of marriage. One recent evening, we were making small talk with friends and I happened to mention that my wife was 1/4 Polish. She turned to me, bewildered. “No, I’m ...

Former law dean views candidacy as road to 'change'

April 19, 2018

Tom Kirvan Legal News, Editor-in-Chief In 2010 – long before the Russians, Facebook, and American elections seemingly became joined at the hip – Jocelyn Benson published a book, “State Secretaries of State: Guardians of the Democratic Process.” It ...

Masters in the State of Michigan

April 19, 2018

Gene J. Esshaki With the advent of email communications and electronic document storage, even a simple business dispute can generate an extraordinary number of documents during discovery. When you add in cloud storage, where the number of documents that can ...

Foster care - through the eyes of a child

April 19, 2018

Hon. Darlene A. O’Brien Washtenaw County Trial Court What a pleasure to be in the audience as retired Judge William Thorne discussed our child welfare system. Judge Thorne served as a tribal court judge in numerous states, a trial court judge in Utah ...

Safeguarding business from social media pitfalls

April 19, 2018

Kimberly A. Houser BridgeTower Media Newswires Social media has become an essential tool for companies to promote their business as well as communicate and engage with their target audiences. However, the social media landscape is constantly developing and ...